A veteran state lawmaker is moving to allow some people to be armed with everything from guns and knives to baseball bats and chemical Mace on college and university campuses.Read More »
Seven Republican lawmakers are trying to erect new roadblocks to the federal government resettling M...
The measure approved Tuesday by the Senate Committee on Federalism, Mandates and Fiscal Responsibili...
A House panel advanced a bill that would exempt the Department of Child Safety from investigating ce...
Arizona residents are one step closer to getting a tax credit for attending a firearms safety class ...
State lawmakers will decide whether those who have something to say on college and university campus...
A House panel moved quickly Monday to restore funding for Joint Technical Education Districts ahead ...
A House panel has passed a measure that would clarify what lawmakers have to report as gifts for tra...
A Senate committee advanced legislation that would preempt efforts in Phoenix to create a city photo-identification card over protests from Phoenix residents, who labeled the effort an anti-immigrant bill in the vein of SB1070.Read More »
Arizona's House of Representatives passed its first measure of the session which bars so-called "revenge porn" with unusual swiftness Wednesday.Read More »
Two state lawmakers are pushing to make it more difficult for some people to get medical marijuana. And both measures may be illegal.Read More »
The House of Representatives is fast-tracking legislation designed to outlaw “revenge porn” after an identical bill fell just short of passing in 2015.Read More »
Democratic Rep. Victoria Steele of Tucson has resigned her seat in the Arizona House of Representatives as she prepares to hit the campaign trail for Congress full-time.Read More »
Arizona Legislative Democrats want to use the state’s surplus funds to reinvest in education, child safety, economic development, public safety and natural resources.Read More »
A veteran state lawmaker wants to block communities trying to boost their revenues through a special interim census from counting residents who are not in this country legally.Read More »
There's a twist this year to what has been the perennial big fight at the Capitol over money. Arizona has too much of it.Read More »
As a campaign to legalize marijuana by a vote of the people picks up steam, Rep. Mark Cardenas hopes to convince his fellow lawmakers it’d be better if the Arizona Legislature legalized it first.Read More »